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Ischgl – Silvretta Arena ski area
1) General information about the Silvretta Arena
- Two-country ski area Ischgl (Austria) and Samnaun (Switzerland)
- 238 kilometers of slopes with 45 lifts up to a height of 2,872 m.
- The JEEP ® Snowpark Ischgl is the largest contiguous freestyle park in the Alps.
- “Ischgl SkyFly”: Fly on a rope 50 meters above the ground into the valley
2) Silvretta Arena slope map
3) Skiing in the Silvretta Arena ski areaExciting challenges await cracks between 1,400 and 3,000 m altitude. The number “14a” is whispered with the greatest respect: This slope offers a gradient of up to 70%. Route Eleven guarantees burning thighs: from the 2,872 meter high Greitspitz it leads over 11 kilometers into the valley to Ischgl. The descent from the Pardatschgrat at an altitude of 2,624 m is just as thrilling. A real challenge is the mogul slope at the mountain station of the Höllspitzbahn where only real experts exist. An insider tip is the scenic Vellital run away from the hustle and bustle. You can get there with the Vellibahn B1 or the Gratbahn B8. Sure, for such a comprehensive offer for experts and freeriders, the experts give a full five points for the Silvretta Arena ski area.
4) Expert evaluationSki experts love the Silvretta Arena ski area: with an overall rating of 4.5 out of 5 stars, it is one of the best-rated ski areas in the Alps.
5) Off-piste activitiesIschgl advertises with the slogan “Relax. If you can… ”that says it all: Those who come to Ischgl come to celebrate. The “Top of the Mountain” concerts on the Idalp stage are legendary and have been luring world stars from Elton John to Rihanna to the Alps since 1995 at the start of the season, at Easter and at the end of the season. But Ischgl also offers a packed event calendar with concerts, parties and events such as the annual snow sculpture competition.
6) Locations in the Silvretta Arena ski areaThe focal point of the Silvretta Arena is the party stronghold Ischgl at an altitude of 1,377 m in the Paznaun Valley. The once sleepy mountain village has turned into the wintery counterpart of Ibiza, where the evening après-ski party in the numerous bars and clubs is at least as important as the daily skiing fun on the slopes. Ischgl presents itself as young, exuberant and international in the winter season. If you’re looking for action and atmosphere, you’ve come to the right place. On the Swiss side of the Silvretta Arena, Samnaun welcomes its guests with more tranquility than with the hype. Children love the wonderland “Winter Flower Dream” with a ski school, heated tent to play with and magic carpets. Adults enjoy shopping in Samnaun, because the place is the only duty-free zone in Switzerland. Perfumes, jewelry, spirits, branded clothing and more are unbeatably cheap here. But be careful: If you go shopping on a day trip from Ischgl to Samnaun, you have to ask the Austrian customs officers on the way back!
7) Arrival in the Silvretta Arena ski areaOn the Austrian side, the journey to the Silvretta Arena ski area is via the Silvretta Bundesstrasse (118) through the Paznaun Valley. From the Pians / Paznaun / Ischgl exit of the Arlberg expressway S16 it is about 23 kilometers. In Ischgl there are free parking spaces and underground garages for a fee, as well as the “Parking Lounge” of the mountain railway company for day guests. The journey to Samnaun on the Swiss side takes place from Innsbruck via the A12 to the Oberinntal junction, from there via the B180 in the direction of Pfunds to the Spiss border crossing and on to Samnaun. Coming from the west (Switzerland), the journey takes place through the Vereina tunnel and the Vinada tunnel (federal road B27) to Spiss. Getting to the Silvretta Arena ski area by public transport is tedious: three buses are required from the next train station in Imst to reach Ischgl (Imst train station – Imst Terminal Post, Imst Terminal Post – Landeck, Landeck – Ischgl). With the SBB it goes for example from Zurich with two changes in Landquart and Scuol-Tarasp (there on the bus) to Samnaun, with the ÖBB from Innsbruck Hbf with three changes (Sargans, Landquart, Scuol-Tarasp) to Samnaun. It is easier from the train stations in Imst or Innsbruck Hbf or from Innsbruck Airport with a taxi / shuttle service.
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